[Numpy-discussion] Matrices and arrays of vectors
Fri Feb 24 07:11:59 CST 2012
I haven't checked correctness, but how about
np.tensordot(rotation, data, axes=1)
On 24 February 2012 23:11, Bob Dowling <email@example.com> wrote:
> Conceptually, I have a 2-d grid of 2-d vectors. I am representing this
> as an ndarray of shape (2,M,N). I want to apply a 2x2 matrix
> individually to each vector in the grid.
> However, I can't work out the appropriate syntax for getting the matrix
> multiplication to broadcast over the grid. All attempts at
> multiplication seem to want to cast the 3-d array into a matricx with
> the inevitable error message "ValueError: shape too large to be a matrix."
> Does such a method exist?
> This is a dummy script to show the sort of thing I'm trying to do:
> import math
> import numpy
> import numpy.random
> # Rotation angle
> theta = math.pi/6.0
> # Grid shape
> M = 10
> N = 10
> # Establish the rotation matrix
> c = math.cos(theta)
> s = math.sin(theta)
> rotation = numpy.matrix([[c, s], [-1.0*s, c]])
> # Fudge some data to work with
> data = numpy.random.uniform(-1.0, 1.0, 2*M*N).reshape(2,M,N)
> # THIS DOES NOT WORK.
> # BUT WHAT DOES?
> rotated_data = rotation*data
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